2 Teen Girls Injured In ATV CrashTwo 14-year-old girls were taken to the hospital after their all-terrain vehicle overturned in St. Louis County.
Why Is It So Cold In Embarrass?The coldest temperature in the lower 48 happened in Embarrass Thursday morning when folks there registered a temperature of 41 below zero.
Good Question – Reply All: Sleeping Dogs, Fall Towns & Cold RecordsRiley, the Heine family's English setter, can sleep anywhere, anytime. So, that had Karen from Edina wanting to know: Why do dogs sleep so much? According to Dr. Travis with Uptown Veterinarians, dogs have natural circadian rhythms, like humans. He says some dogs sleep far more than others, and are influenced by their owners' schedules.
Woman, 54, Found Dead In Northern Minn. DrivewaySheriff’s deputies in northeastern Minnesota are investigating after finding a 54-year-old woman early Tuesday morning lying dead in a driveway. The St. Louis County Sheriff’s Office says officers found Julie Janiel, of Embarrass, shortly after 1:30 a.m. on the 4700 block of Waisanen Road. She was pronounced dead at the scene.
Embarrass Residents Warm Up In Hell’s KitchenA downtown Minneapolis restaurant decided to do something nice for a community that's feeling the cold even worse than the Twin Cities. Hell's Kitchen offered free brunch and Bloody Mary’s Saturday for any residents from Embarrass, Minn. The restaurant decided on the promotion because temperatures in Embarrass are reaching the same level as those registered by the Curiosity rover on Mars.
1-2-14 Brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr....In Embarrass Minnesota On The Morning News With Dave LeeDave Lee went up north today to find out how cold it was in Embarrass.....click the link to listen back!
Life Goes On In Embarrass At 42 Below ZeroYou might think activity in a small township in northern Minnesota would come to a standstill when the temperature drops to 42 below zero.
Wander MN: Finnish History In EmbarrassYou may think of Embarrass as the town that often posts the cold-weather records in the winter, but it has a unique slice of Minnesota history available for visitors to the area: the <a href="”" target="”_blank”"> Finnish Homestead Tours </a>.